Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq
Holey Moley - Photo Credit - Kate Co
Every Friday on Instagram Stories, we answer all your pressing questions about the best things to eat, drink and do around Sydney. And so, to help answer your queries Sitchu-style, we've launched a new Ask Us series, so you can swot up on all our favourite go-to spots to eat, drink, shop and explore.
This week’s question comes from Lauren, who wanted to know the bars in Sydney where you can do more than just drink. From arcade games to mini golf, here are five of Sydney's coolest bars with activities, guranteed to ramp up your next date night.
If mini golf is your idea of fun, then look no further than Holey Moley, everyone's favourite put put and games bar. With locations in Darlinghurst and Newtown, this Happy Gilmore-approved mini golf course is sure bring out the big kid in you. Grab your clubs and make your way around the 18 pop-reference themed holes. Drinking on the job may affect your aim, but at least you’ll have fun doing it, right? Order the ‘Sugar Caddy’ topped with a candy kebab. If golf isn’t your thing, there’s plenty of other gimmicks to see you through the night, like retro arcade games and karaoke.
82-94 Darlinghurst Rd, Potts Point
87 King St, Newtown
A Canadian dive bar in the middle of Crowsnest that comes complete with booth seating, cocktails and of course, burgers and tacos. Stuffed Beaver has a fun, quirky vibe and at night the party really gets started – things can get a little raucous. After you grab their very own ‘Beaver Brew’ batch beer, head to the arcade games for some serious 90’s nostalgia.
419 Pacific Hwy, Crows Nest
271 Bondi Rd, Bondi
Archie Brothers Electric Circus brings a whole new meaning to old-school arcade games. There are old and new favourites, plus the more active bumper cars, bowling, laser tag, flying trapeze … you name it they’ve got it. Then there's the food and bar, both keeping you well fuelled throughout the fun and mayhem.
75 O'Riordan St, Alexandria NSW
A one-stop-shop for drinking, dining and playing, this Palm Beach favourite is brimming with game-time options. Choose from the likes of badminton, ping pong or a giant scrabble board and settle in for an afternoon of fun (and some healthy competition!).
2 Kalinya St, Newport
A bowls club with a twist. This refurbished café-slash-bar-slash-bowling club comes with with a garden party-like feel. A sunset bowl is possible, and the Screen on The Green nights every Thursday make for a perfect date night.
50 Ridge St, North Sydney